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Request a review of anti-social behaviour or hate incident

If you are the victim of anti-social behaviour or a hate incident and you believe you have not had a satisfactory response to your complaints, you may be able to ask for a formal review of your case. This is often called an ASB case review (previously known as a community trigger). Reviews are carried out by the Leicester Community Safety Partnership.

Are you reporting an anti-social behaviour incident?

If you are reporting an anti-social behaviour incident for the first time, please report it to our community safety team by:

What is the aim of the case review process?

The ASB case review process is designed to ensure that the police, local authorities and other relevant organisations work together to try to resolve any complaints of anti-social behaviour and hate incidents by talking about the problem, sharing information and using resources to try to reach an agreeable outcome.

Who can raise an ASB case review?

Victims or representatives of victims (where the victim provides written consent) can raise an ASB case review. Victims can be individuals or businesses.

When can I raise an ASB case review?

You can ask to activate an ASB case review if, within the last six months:

  • you have reported to the council, police or a registered housing provider (social landlord) three separate incidents of anti-social behaviour within your area, or
  • you have been a victim of a hate incident, and;
  • you believe that no effective action has been taken.

You must have reported each incident within one calendar month of it happening. 

Request a review

Request a formal review of your case

Use the ASB case review form if you have had an unsatisfactory response to a reported issue.

Applications can and will be rejected if they are identified as prejudicial, discriminatory, malicious, unreasonable, vexatious or frivolous. In such a case we will provide details of this decision and any appeal options.

What happens next?

We will acknowledge your request, review all related reports and evidence and confirm whether or not you meet the criteria for a formal review.  

If your application does not meet the threshold for a full review, we will explain why and what you can do next.

If the threshold is met, we will let you know what the review involves. The review will take up to 28 days from the date of that decision.

In the meantime, if you need to report any further anti-social behaviour or hate related incidents, email or call us on:


If you are not entirely satisfied with the response you receive you have the right to an appeal. To appeal, individuals should contact the chair of the Leicester Community Safety Partnership, Cllr Sarah Russell, who will arrange a meeting of senior officers of the partnership to discuss your case further.


The ASB case review does not replace the existing complaints procedure. You still have the right to complain to the Ombudsman or Independent Office for Police Conduct if you are unhappy about the service you have received.

Local ASB case review data

The law states that we must publish information on ASB case reviews (previously known as the Community Trigger) at least once a year. Figures for April 2021-2022:

  • the number of applications received – 10
  • the number of times the threshold was not met – 5
  • the number of ASB case reviews carried out – 5
  • the number of ASB case reviews that resulted in recommendations being made – 5.